C. Ellery Mayence
C. Ellery Mayence
Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority
Verified email at bgpa.wa.gov.au
TitleCited byYear
A framework for the practical science necessary to restore sustainable, resilient, and biodiverse ecosystems
BP Miller, EA Sinclair, MHM Menz, CP Elliott, E Bunn, LE Commander, ...
Restoration Ecology 25 (4), 605-617, 2017
412017
Hydrologic and mechanical control for an invasive wetland plant, Juncus ingens, and implications for rehabilitating and managing Murray River floodplain wetlands, Australia
C Ellery Mayence, DJ Marshall, RC Godfree
Wetlands Ecology and Management 18 (6), 717-730, 2010
212010
Wetland plant growth under contrasting water regimes associated with river regulation and drought: implications for environmental water management
LM Vivian, RC Godfree, MJ Colloff, CE Mayence, DJ Marshall
Plant Ecology 215 (9), 997-1011, 2014
152014
Overcoming topsoil deficits in restoration of semiarid lands: designing hydrologically favourable soil covers for seedling emergence
L Merino-Martín, L Commander, Z Mao, JC Stevens, BP Miller, PJ Golos, ...
Ecological Engineering 105, 102-117, 2017
132017
Growth and allocation by a keystone wetland plant, Panicum hemitomon, and implications for managing and rehabilitating coastal freshwater marshes, Louisiana, USA
CE Mayence, MW Hester
Wetlands ecology and management 18 (2), 149-163, 2010
92010
Comparing ecological restoration in South Africa and Western Australia: the benefits of a ‘travelling workshop’
PJ Carrick, TE Erickson, CH Becker, CE Mayence, AR Bourne
Ecological management & restoration 16 (2), 86-94, 2015
82015
Edaphic constraints on seed germination and emergence of three Acacia species for dryland restoration in Saudi Arabia
CE Mayence, JC Stevens, P Courtney, KW Dixon
Plant ecology 218 (1), 55-66, 2017
22017
Assessment of a Multi‐Species Planting Approach for Restoring Thick‐Mat Floating Marsh, Louisiana, USA
CE Mayence, MW Hester
Restoration ecology 19 (2), 216-224, 2011
22011
Assessment of growth response and patterns of biomass allocation by Panicum hemitomon Schultes: implications for thick-mat floating marsh creation and restoration
CE Mayence
22007
Study examines techniques for restoring maidencane-dominated, thick-mat floating marsh (Louisiana)
CE Mayence, MW Hester
Ecological restoration, 2005
22005
Seed dormancy, soil type and protective shelters influence seedling emergence at Shark Bay, Western Australia: Insight into global dryland revegetation
CE Mayence, PJ Carrick, D Van Beem, E Broenland, KW Dixon
Ecological management & restoration 18 (2), 156-163, 2017
12017
A comprehensive framework of the science necessary to restore sustainable and biodiverse ecosystems resilient to global change
B Miller, E Sinclair, M Menz, C Elliott, E Bunn, L Commander, E Dalziell, ...
Restoration Ecology, N/A-N/A, 2016
12016
COS 119-4: Assessing a multi-species planting approach on the vegetative development of created thick-mat floating marsh, Louisiana, USA
CE Mayence, MW Hester
2007
Year Two-Monitoring Report 2004-2006: Floating Marsh Creation Demonstration Project (LA-05)
Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, JM Visser, CE Sasser, ...
Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, 2007
2007
Growth of wetland plants under contrasting water regimes is linked to changes in distribution following river regulation and prolonged drought: implications for environmental …
LM Vivian, RC Godfree, MJ Colloff, CE Mayence, DJ Marshall
CALIFORNIA VALLEY SOLAR RANCH PROJECT SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA OFF-SITE WETLAND MITIGATION AND MONITORING PLAN
B Boroski, PD Stephens, CE Mayence
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